Arizona Court of Appeals Division One affirms dismissal of Arizona Republican Party’s (ARP) challenge to Arizona’s hand-count procedure and award of attorney fees to the Secretary of State because ARP brought the suit in bad faith.
Arizona Supreme Court (1) approves intra-policy coverage stacking, holding that A.R.S. § 20-259.01 mandates that a single policy insuring multiple vehicles provide different underinsured motorist (“UIM”) coverages for each vehicle; and (2) holds that § 20-259.01(B) does not limit UIM coverage from exceeding the liability limits.
Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One, holds that an insurance policy’s “underinsured motor vehicle” definition cannot limit or bar underinsured motorist coverage based on the type of vehicle involved.
Arizona Supreme Court holds that an insurer cannot challenge the validity of a life insurance policy based on a lack of insurable interest after the expiration of the required two-year contestability period.